What do you do when you want to use a font, but it is only available as an outline font? This tutorial will show you a quick and easy way to make the most of it.

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  1. zskin (Reply) on Friday February 10, 2012

    Use a script next time, holy shit, it’s like you’re talking to someone at your desk at work.

    • RON (Reply) on Friday February 10, 2012

      zskin,

      I think it was plain and simple because Pete is talking in a strait forward way. No technical garbage that leaves questions. If you don’t like how Pete SHOWS US A FREE EDUCATIONAL TUTORIAL, don’t watch his tutorials or come to this site.

  2. shane shoemaker (Reply) on Friday February 10, 2012

    really cool but will be hard to remember

  3. Jay McCallum (Reply) on Friday February 10, 2012

    Thanks! Never thought about this but good to know if I ever come across it.

  4. charitha (Reply) on Friday February 10, 2012

    Very usefull tutorial I like it so much Thank you Pete.

  5. dennis crosby (Reply) on Friday February 10, 2012

    Working with outline fonts: Why not use live paint?

  6. Johannes (Reply) on Friday February 10, 2012

    Hey Pete, very nice tutorial.
    One question, though: I try and try to do the pathfinder command on the “o” (minus front, right?), but it won’t work. s this a new feature in CS6, or is there a preference I have not turned on?

    Thanks in advance
    Johannes



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